Elissa Down's heart-warming AFI-winning story about fitting in, discovering love and accepting your family is based on her own life experiences and stars Toni Collette as Maggie Mollison who is not only pregnant, but also has two sons and a husband who talks to his teddy bear. Luke Ford stars as Charlie, who is autistic and Rhys Wakefield as 16-year-old Thomas, who tries to understand his unpredictable and sometimes unmanageable older brother.
Mika and Tesfay. She's a photographer. He's a musician. Both up-and-coming. The first love. But an invisible conflict, an unnamable shame, stirs between their sheets. An insidious power game is in play, with its rules changing like music beats at the parties in Gothenburg, Stockholm, and Ibiza. Behind closed doors and beautifying filters lies a raw reality where Mika's control over her mind and body is at stake.
Robert Manne was left voiceless following surgery for throat cancer. A prominent public intellectual, he thought at first he'd rather die than spend his life unable to speak. But now he's back and determined to be heard.